More than 14 percent of black students were suspended at least once in Missouri during the 2011-2012 school year, according to the report by the Center for Civil Rights Remedies at The Civil Rights Project at UCLA. That compared to 7.6 percent of black students nationwide.
More than 14 percent of black students were suspended at least once in Missouri during the 2011-2012 school year, according to the report by the Center for Civil Rights Remedies at The Civil Rights Project at UCLA. That compared to 7.6 percent of black students nationwide. Cover illustration for Civil Rights Project report
More than 14 percent of black students were suspended at least once in Missouri during the 2011-2012 school year, according to the report by the Center for Civil Rights Remedies at The Civil Rights Project at UCLA. That compared to 7.6 percent of black students nationwide. Cover illustration for Civil Rights Project report

Missouri’s suspension rate of black elementary students highest in the nation

February 23, 2015 11:22 AM

UPDATED February 23, 2015 06:51 PM

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